Scot Mattox retired in September 2013 as a Sergeant with the Portland Police Department after 26 years in law enforcement. During his career, he held a number of positions within the police department including Patrol Sergeant, Tactical Enforcement Sergeant and Internal Affairs Investigator.
After leaving Portland Police Department, Scot worked as a Hearings Examiner for the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles, before taking a position as Maine’s first Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP).
In 2017, Scot started Dirigo Safety, LLC, a company providing expert services in law enforcement training, traffic safety and workplace safety. Scot integrates his experiences with Maine Bureau of Highway Safety; as well as oversees Dirigo Safety’s contract work with the Maine Center for Disease Control’s for Administrative Oversight of the Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) grant. Scot stay connected to his law enforcement roots are a reserve officer for Falmouth PD and a Special Assistant District Attorney for District 4 (Kennebec County).
Dirigo Safety, LLC is the primary vendor for the Maine Criminal Justice Academy as Lesson Plan Writers for the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program. Dirigo Safety, LLC also conducts law enforcement in-service training all over Maine and several New England States.